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NYS Troopers: Deadline for Pistol Permit Recertification

NYS Troopers: Deadline for Pistol Permit Recertification

New York State Police information in refereence to pistol Permit recertification

Pistol/Revolver License Recertifications are currently only required for those permits originally issued before January 15, 2013. If your permit was issued before January 15, 2013, the deadline to submit your recertification is January 31, 2018.

 

New York City, Nassau County, Suffolk County and Westchester County Permit Holders:

This system does not process recertifications for New York City, Nassau County, Suffolk County or Westchester County permits. If you currently have a New York City, Nassau County, Suffolk County or Westchester County permit, you must follow the requirements that are in place in your county, rather than use this recertification system.

Source: Forms and additional information / registration: https://troopers.ny.gov/Firearms/

NYS Troopers: Deadline for Pistol Permit Recertification

NYS Troopers: Deadline for Pistol Permit Recertification

New York State Police information in refereence to pistol Permit recertification

Pistol/Revolver License Recertifications are currently only required for those permits originally issued before January 15, 2013. If your permit was issued before January 15, 2013, the deadline to submit your recertification is January 31, 2018.

 

New York City, Nassau County, Suffolk County and Westchester County Permit Holders:

This system does not process recertifications for New York City, Nassau County, Suffolk County or Westchester County permits. If you currently have a New York City, Nassau County, Suffolk County or Westchester County permit, you must follow the requirements that are in place in your county, rather than use this recertification system.

Source: Forms and additional information / registration: https://troopers.ny.gov/Firearms/

New York State Police Warrant Subject Captured

Buffalo Police Investigating Fatal Accident

Buffalo Police Investigating Fatal Accident

Buffalo police are investigating a fatal accident that occurred early Wednesday morning. Officers responded to the call just before 12:30am at Kensington Avenue and Castle Place. Buffalo police accident investigators say the 17 year old male driver was traveling east on Kensington when he lost control of the vehicle and struck a tree. Lt. Thomas Leatherbarrow, head of the Accident Investigation Unit, said the vehicle was split in half after crashing into the tree. One of the female passengers was ejected from the vehicle. The others had to be extricated by Buffalo fire. The 17 year old male and three female passengers were all transported by ambulance to ECMC. Authorities say the 17 year old male driver died later at ECMC. The three female passengers are all 14 years old. Two of the three females are listed in critical condition. The other is listed in stable condition. Police are investigating if speed may have been a factor.

Buffalo Police Close Case: Grand Larceny NW District Hertel Ave

Buffalo Police Close Case: Grand Larceny NW District Hertel Ave

Buffalo police have arrested an individual in connection with a stolen vehicle incident in late December. Northwest District officers say the defendant stole a vehicle on December 24th in the 1200 block of Hertel Avenue. Officers recovered that vehicle on January 6th in the 200 block of Crowley Avenue. Police also say the defendant robbed and assaulted the individual and used his credit card that was in the vehicle at least 3 times at a 7-11 store. Buffalo police arrested 28 year old Mark A. Samara of Buffalo and charged him with Grand Larceny in the 4th Degree, Criminal Possession of Stolen Property in the 4th Degree and Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle in the 3rd Degree.

Lancaster Police Blotter 1/17/17 - 1/18/17

Lancaster Police Blotter 1/17/17 - 1/18/17
Lancaster Police Blotter 1/17/17 - 1/18/17

Patrol arrested a 22 year old male on a Town of Lancaster Court warrant. After appearing in court, the subject was transported to the Erie County Holding Center.

A 24 year old female was arrested and charged with A.U.O. in the third degree after the vehicle she was driving was stopped on Transit Road overnight. The subject was later released on $100 bail.

Patrols assisted Erie County Sheriffs deputies attempting to locate a male suspect who reportedly stabbed a female in the parking lot of a church at Town Line Road and Broadway. Patrols also checked several houses and garages on the Lancaster side of Town Line Road at the request of residents.

Town of Tonawanda Police:Warrant Wednesday

Town of Tonawanda Police:Warrant Wednesday